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How To Setup And Run A Free Minecraft Server In The Cloud

In this article we'll take a look at how you can create an "always free" virtual machine and use it to run a Minecraft Server. Before we get started, ...


Journey To The Free Cloud - Migrating From AWS To OCI

Last week at Oracle Open World we made a game changing announcement - a completely free tier of services for Oracle Cloud. I've read the criticisms on...


Launching Your First Free Autonomous DB Instance

You're a developer, which means you have roughly 4.3 conversations each week with friends and family about building an application for a club, sports ...


Oracle Functions: Using Key Management To Encrypt And Decrypt Configuration Variables

I've covered quite a few different topics related to Oracle Functions recently on this blog, but today I'll cover what probably should have been the first...


Oracle Functions: Invoking Functions Automatically With Cloud Events

I've written several posts here on the developer blog that show you how to create and invoke your serverless functions, but so far we've only covered ...


Oracle Functions: An Easier Way To Talk To Your Autonomous Database

  Last week I posted about connecting your Oracle Functions to your Autonomous DB instance to query and persist data. That post involved creating...


Oracle Functions - Invoking Functions With The OCI SDK

In my last few posts we took a look at how to create serverless functions which interact with an Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) instance - first...


Oracle Functions - Invoking Functions With The OCI SDK

In my last post we took a look at how to create serverless functions which interact with an Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) instance. We invoked...


Oracle Functions - Connecting To ATP With Node.JS

In my last post we looked at connecting up to ATP with a Java based serverless function. That worked out great, but I wanted to show you how you could...


Oracle Functions - Connecting To ATP With Node.JS

In my last post we looked at connecting up to ATP with a Java based serverless function. That worked out great, but I wanted to show you how you could ...